The DNA Connection – Part One

LOGO FINALQuality IS…a pattern of allied concepts.

Why seek meaning in conceptual fields of knowledge and those allied concepts, principles and paradigms that describe and control them and then connect them with a theory?


 But, where do we find effective networks of objective relations?  Where can we find a master pattern that is a unified system?  The pattern can be found in biological DNA. The same concepts used by scientist to work with biological DNA can be used in many ways to provide greater meaning and understanding regarding quality.

We can use the concept of DNA to organize our data in a way that promotes a logical approach to finding meaning grounded in knowledge domains, principles, concepts and paradigms. Think of an organization as one of many organisms that populate and represent life on planet earth. Each organism and organization is unique. Organizations and organisms have unique problems, unique relationships with others, and dynamic customer bases. The concept of DNA can be linked to all organizations.

The common bond that makes all organisms part of one big pattern is the genome, and the common bond that links all organizations is quality. The genome is universal to all organisms and quality is universal to all organizations and its functions. A genome contains all of the biological information needed to build and maintain a living example of an organism.

The quality genome contains all of the information needed to build and maintain sustainable quality in the 21st century. The biological information contained in the genome is specified in its deoxyribonucleic acid or DNA.

Biological DNA is packaged and stored in an organism’s chromosomes.  Quality DNA is stored in the fields of knowledge that need to be summoned for explanation. Different organisms have different numbers of chromosomes. For example humans have 46, a mosquito 6, onions 16 and a carp 104. Quality DNA is packaged and stored in 21 fields of knowledge.

In my next post I will connect conceptual patterns of explanation and protein.


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One comment on “The DNA Connection – Part One

  1. Dan McGuire says:

    Excellent writing. Well-thought out concepts of a subject that needs clarification. Thank you

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